Category: Licensing

02/06
2019

Washington D.C. Adds New Economic Nexus Requirements

Add Washington DC to the list of states that have new rules governing sales tax that impact wineries. Mayor Muriel Browser signed into law bill B22-0914 the Internet Sales Tax Amendment Act of 2018 on January 18, 2019. This bill is expected to take effect retroactively after a 30-day congressional review, which is underway. However, in […]

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01/31
2019

Weekly Digest | CA Event-Based Advertising, Shutdown Effects, Taproom Legalities, State Tax Issues

In this week’s digest, we explore the new California event-based advertising rules, how the shutdown has affected alcohol suppliers , how each state deals with shipping taxes, and how incorporated and unincorporated addresses can differ even if they’re in the same zip code. A Picture (On Instagram) Is Worth A Thousand Words Get your iPhones […]

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12/19
2018

Weekly Digest | Possible TTB Shutdown, Compli Podcast Debut, CBD Update, Inventory Compliance Tips, LED Relocation

In this week’s digest, we explore what to do if TTB shuts down, the newest podcast from Wine Road featuring Compli founder and CEO Rachel Dumas Rey, history-making changes with hemp and CBD, tips on how to stay TTB compliant when adjusting wine bottle inventory, and a new location for the Colorado Liquor Enforcement Division. […]

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12/17
2018

Compli’s Podcast Debut with Wine Road and Rachel Dumas Rey

Recently, founder and CEO of Compli Beverage, Rachel Dumas Rey was featured on the Wine Road Podcast with Beth Costa and Marcy Gordon. We’re proud of our fearless leader and excited that she got a chance to kick off Compli’s podcast debut with Wine Road. Let it be known that we are Compli (com-plee), and not […]

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12/16
2018

What to expect if TTB shuts down this week

Déjà vu all over again. We’re ending 2018 with the same drill we started with in 2018. Unless a federal short-term temporary funding bill passes next week, the TTB could be closed into the New Year. Lawmakers from both parties have negotiated deals with bipartisan support approving more than three quarters of the 2019 budget, […]

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12/13
2018

Weekly Digest | CO Sales Tax Delay, TTB Enforcement Settlement, Regulatory Roundup, Napa Permits, Hemp Legalization, WI Priorities

In this week’s digest, we look into an additional delay in the rollout of Colorado’s new sales tax rules, a wholesaler dishes out a massive payout to TTB, an overview of the most relevant provisions of the California ABC Act, an update of Napa County’s new winery use permit compliance resolution, a new law that […]

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12/07
2018

Colorado further delays rollout of new sales tax rules

The Wayfair goal posts moved yet again in Colorado. The Colorado Department of Revenue (DOR) has postponed the implementation of their rules, which require vendors shipping more than $100,000 or 200 separate annual sales transactions into Colorado until May 31, 2019 to obtain sales tax permits and pay sales tax to state and local jurisdictions. […]

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12/05
2018

Weekly Digest | New Wholesale Portal, TTB Label Rulemaking, Impactful Retailer Shipping Decision, Napa Compliance Policy Changes

In this week’s digest, we examine the all-new Wholesale Laws for Wineries portal, a new rulemaking document from TTB, a momentous court ruling in Illinois, and Napa County presents a new resolution for compliance policy. Announcing the All New Wholesale Laws for Wineries Site We are proud to announce that through collaboration with the Wine […]

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12/04
2018

Announcing the All New Wholesale Laws for Wineries Site

Earlier this year, we announced that Wine Institute and Compli collaborated to bring the industry up-to-date information and resources on Direct to Consumer compliance rules. Today, we are very proud to announce the launch of the Wholesale Laws for Wineries portal that provides state-by-state compliance information for wineries that sell through the three-tier system. This […]

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11/28
2018

Weekly Digest | TTB Goals, WSWA Files Amicus Brief, Wine Label Controversy, Live CA Hearing

In this week’s digest, we explore TTB’s strategic plan for the next five years, WSWA files an amicus brief in the upcoming Byrd Supreme Court Case, Copper Cane is officially ordered to change their labels, winemakers question the U.S. standards for labeling wine, and Legislature’s Wine and Governmental Organization Committees hold a hearing to discuss […]

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